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Floyd Mayweather Jr. will fight Robert Guerrero on May 4, and he's changing television networks to do it.
"He is as compelling an entertaining a personality as there is in sports, and his performance is at the top of the sport as well," Espinoza told the AP. "You don't often see those things in combination. Everything he does, everything he says generates reaction and discussion. Those are the people you want. We're thrilled to be working with Floyd."
"It would be a major failure if we didn't capture all that interesting stuff," Espinoza said. "Literally within the next 24 hours, we're going to have cameras on him. We're going full speed ahead. What HBO has done is very impressive, and I respect their creative work. We have a slightly different approach, and we feel there's a lot of the Floyd Mayweather story and the personality that has not been exposed. We've seen one facet of him repeatedly, and we think that's only part of the story."